268 Soil Conservation on the Great Plains From Sidelines to Center Field: I

Oral Session
S06 Soil & Water Management & Conservation Soil conservation practices have been widely adopted on the Great Plains of North America over the past two decades. As such, this session will bring together American and Canadian researchers from the US Great Plains and the Canadian prairies to discuss the implications of this transformation in soil management practices on soil quality and crop production and as well as its wider societal benefits.


Z03 Canadian Society of Soil Science
Tuesday, October 18, 2011: 1:10 PM-3:00 PM
Henry Gonzalez Convention Center, Room 007A

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Francis J. Larney
Francis J. Larney and Mark Liebig
1:30 PM
Tillage, Crop Rotation, and Cultural Practice Effects On Dryland Soil Nitrogen Dynamics.
Upendra M. Sainju, USDA-ARS; Andrew Lenssen, USDA-ARS; TheCan Caesar-TonThat, USDA-ARS; Jalal Jabro, USDA-ARS; Robert Lartey, USDA-ARS; Robert Evans, USDA-ARS; Brett Allen, USDA-ARS
2:00 PM
Changes in Soil Quality Indictors After 57 Years of Agriculture in a Central Texas Vertisol.
Diane E. Stott, National Soil Erosion Research Laboratory; Kenneth N. Potter, Grassland Soil and Water Research Laboatory; Douglas L. Karlen, National Laboratory for Agriculture and the Environment; Cynthia A. Cambardella, National Laboratory for Agriculture and the Environment; Ted M. Zobeck, Wind Erosion and Water Conservation Research Unit
2:15 PM
Legume and Cropping Intensity Effects On Soil Quality After Seven Years In a Dryland Wheat Agroecosystem.
Justin K. O'Dea, Montana State University; Clain Jones, Montana State University; Cathy Zabinski, Montana State University; Perry Miller, Montana State University
2:45 PM
No-till Adoption In the Great Plains: Regional Patterns and Local Perspectives.
Amy Swan, Colorado State University; Stephen M. Ogle, Colorado State University; Kathleen A. Sherman, Colorado State University; Keith Paustian, Colorado State University
3:00 PM